Cornwall & District

We harness the power of women working together for a better future for all.

We are a vibrant, engaging group of approximately 50 women of all ages and backgrounds.
We offer members the opportunity to meet other women, to support our education and advocacy initiatives in our community and to enjoy and learn from interesting guest speakers at our monthly dinner meetings.  
In addition to our meetings, members can participate in a variety of interest groups. Currently, we have four interest groups: the Book Club, the Bridge Club, the Outdoors Club and the Gourmet Club.

Our Meetings
The club meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month—between September and May—for dinner, club business, and presentations by guest speakers. We welcome any visitors who are interested in attending our meetings. Come, hear and see what we're all about! If you do not wish to have dinner you are welcome to come and listen to our speakers.
* Should you wish to attend one of our meetings, a dinner reservation is required by the third Monday of the month.

Date: Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Place: St. Matthew's Church Hall, 1509 Second St. W., Cornwall
Time: 6:00pm
Refreshments: Appetizers and desserts
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Our Clubs
Interest groups are hosted by our clubs. To learn more, CLICK HERE

 *  Please contact us to reserve or receive more details.

"Education is intellectual travel—go out with confidence and explore the world with your mind and your own eyes."

Geraldine Kenney-Wallace,

Canadian chemist/physicist


If you are a woman who supports education, human rights and the advancement of girls and women through education and advocacy please join us!


**Please note: A university degree is no longer a requirement for

                         membership. All women are welcome!


Why become a member of CFUW Cornwall and District?


  • Network with other women

  • Expand your interests by joining one/more of our interest groups

  • Hear and interact with speakers on current issues.

  • Get involved in community initiatives

  • Advocate on social justice issues

  • Support young women in post-secondary education

  • Be part of an organization with national and international affiliations and conferences

  • Make new friends!